Fearless Teams do unto others as they would want to be done unto

Fearless Teams do unto others as they would want to be done unto

Talented individuals don’t automatically form a talented team! You already know that, right?

In an environment of low trust, or when people lack self or team awareness, differences in style can be judged as ‘difficult’ or ‘undermining’. (The internal dialogue goes something like ‘You and I think and operate differently. I must be right, so you must be wrong!’) These judgements cause people to become defensive and more entrenched in their position.

Let others help you

Let others help you

23 years ago I returned to Australia after 2½ years teaching English in a jungle refugee camp on the edge of a war zone on the Thai/Myanmar border. Needless to say, this was an experience that shaped me and changed my world. Last weekend I was lucky enough to return for a very busy and emotionally charged 24 hours.

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